Every day, data from the UK Data Service collection are used to inform research, influence policy and teach the next generation of social scientists.
Here are just the latest in our library of case studies that demonstrate how these data are being used.
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Research using data from the 2001 Census for England
Nicola Reeve, Lancaster University 23 June 2014
Research using aggregate data from the 1971, 1981, 1991 and 2011 UK Censuses
Richard McNally, Newcastle University 23 June 2014
Research using boundary data from the UK Census
Stuart J. Fairclough, Liverpool John Moores University 19 June 2014
Research using boundary data from the UK Census plus data from the British Household Panel Survey and Labour Force Survey
Simonetta Longhi, University of Essex 19 June 2014
Research using aggregate data from the 2001 UK Census combined with data from other sources
Calvin Jephcote, University of Leeds 19 June 2014